- Oct 25, 2017
It's coming, it hasn't been that long since the last time they showed it lol
Lol Sekiro is a skilled based focus game whereas Ghost of Tsushima will be cinematic narrative driven.
I don't know, if I can be impressed by what's on existing hardware, a jump in framerate, resolution and minor effects is not gonna blow me away. Maybe I'm just old school and use to only huge jumps in graphics per generation to impress me.Honestly, I hate that. GT6 on PS3 was such a shame, it could’ve been so much better as a PS4 launch title. And like I said earlier, I’ve already stopped playing on PS4, it’s too weak and loud and I simply don’t want to buy a Pro at this point. So I want everything on PS5 now so I have something awesome to look forward to that isn’t held back by 7 year old hardware. Ghost is already wow-worthy, on PS5 it would look insanely good.
If they nothing worth to show, i prefer 1000 times they just focus on the game, instead of the classic "NEWS OF GHOST OF TSUSHIMA: WE WILL REVEAL BIG NEWS SOON!!!" we are just used to. God i hate annoucements of annoucements lol.
Be careful, some here will argue with you about this.Games of that scale take time, yall get too impatient. Games like that are five year efforts MINIMUM but you dont hear anything for a year and get all nervous. You know making previews and marketing items take a lot of time AWAY from actually making the game, right?
Announced too early? Lol...Kind of Sony's fault though for announcing it entirely too early. Same for TLOU2 and Death Stranding for that matter. They like to announce a game with a trailer....say absolutely nothing about it for a year, show one more trailer....and go radio silent until it's time for the marketing push. Leads to people questioning its existence or development status.
Personally I find it more annoying than anything. I don't need constant news about a game, but don't want to tease it out for 4 years either. Sure it's hard to keep things secret until closer to launch but throwing out a trailer or a little bit of info helps curb the desire to be internet famous for 3 days and leak stuff. Idk...I'm rambling at this point and just greatly prefer a shorter announce-release schedule.
So far it's certainly a gorgeous and stylized take visually so I'm actually really curious how this game'll turn out overall in that aspect.
I used to think it was a drinking game but realised this place likes to pick one game every so often then compare everything to it no matter how tenuous the link. Before Sekiro it was Breath of the Wild.
At best that will be like an X enhanced patch - better resolution and framerate, maybe higher resolution textures too. That's cool and all but not what I want from a new AAA game in 2020.
Do you seriously expect them to somehow upgrade the graphics of the game that much if they did make it for the PS5? At best you will get something like TLOU Remastered or GTA5. Basically better resolution and textures and framerate, which is something a patch could do.
Then make the overhaul, it's a year a way if the rumours are correct. Look at what a small studio like Hello Games can do during a year with their crazy updates on NMS.Do you seriously expect them to somehow upgrade the graphics of the game that much if they did make it for the PS5? At best you will get something like TLOU Remastered or GTA5. Basically better resolution and textures and framerate, which is something a patch could do.
They would need to overhaul the game to make it truly "next gen".
Why would they do that when they can just release it on PS4 (more people who could play it and more success)?
Fuck that. Other than being set in feudal Japan and having melee combat, what do the games have to do with each other? Will Elden Ring always live in the shadow of God of War too?
Sekiro was an amazing change of pace game for From Software...to think that Sekiro was almost like a side project and not even their main focus which was Elden Ring and they still delivered a masterpiece...unfair or not Tsushima would always be compared to Sekiro and that hurt the game...they were wise to delay it for awhile and give it some space from Sekiro